Sony Ericsson today revealed T303, a new mid-end compact slider phone targeted to the mass market with its good looks and price. The Sony Ericsson T303 has been rumored throughout the past week and now it finally meets the bright light of day.
Sony Ericsson T303 has a nice appearance thanks to its metal housing and chrome finish, as well as a mirrored screen. The 65K TFT display itself is rather small with its 1.8" and 128 x 160 pixels resolution.
The phone is packed with decent set of features as FM Radio, TrackID, 1.3 megapixel camera and Bluetooth. A serious downside however is that the T303 doesn't have a memory card slot, while its internal memory is only 8MB.
Sony Ericsson T303 measures 83 x 47 x 14.7 mm and weighs 93 grams and will be available in Shimmering Silver and Shadow Black colors.
Sony Ericsson T303/T303c is a tri-band GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 phone for Europe and China respectively but there is also an American version T303a with GSM/GPRS 850/1800/1900 bands support.
A certain point of interest is that the Sony Ericsson T303 follows the new Sony Ericsson naming convention that we informed you of earlier.
Sony Ericsson T303 will be available is selected markets from mid 2008.
8 MB and no slot? Why does it have the mp3 support then? Worthless, I sold it for a beer and kept the old nokia 1112 instead, I can see the clock on the screen without pressing any button and has a flashlight and it's more resistant. This Ericsson is...
I bought the Same , Its cool , small in size But with oNLY 8 MB of memory.. well dats ok but there shud b an external Slot of Memory card. Phone looks nice but hav no Special Features..!!
it's nice one. good loking phone samllest phone of SE.